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General Dynamics 2Q net income edges up

General Dynamics Corp. said Wednesday that its second-quarter net income rose 1 percent, helped by lower costs. Full story

BE Aerospace earnings

   Amin Khoury, founder, exec. chairman and CEO, BE Aerospace, discusses his company's earnings and revenue beats. The company also raised its FY eps forecast from 3.45 to 3.50. More people around the world are able to travel, he says, and that has increa...

Why Precision Castparts Earnings Should Fly Higher

The aerospace industry is doing well, and Precision Castparts earnings should benefit as a result. Full story

Xilinx fiscal 1Q net income climbs 21 percent

Chipmaker Xilinx Inc. said Wednesday its net income rose 21 percent in the fiscal first quarter on greater sales of products used in wired communications and the aerospace and defense industries. Full story

Final Glance: Aerospace companies

Shares of some top aerospace companies were up at the close of trading: Full story

Flush with orders, aerospace industry retools

PARIS (Reuters) - As airplane makers gathered outside Paris to show off their newest high-tech jetliners on Monday, a less-heralded technology story was unfolding back home on the factory floors of the world's leading aerospace companies. Full story

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  Man allegedly slaps toddler, utters racial slur during flight

Joe Rickey Hundley has lost his job as an aerospace and defense executive after he allegedly slapped a crying 19-month-old boy during a flight, and the tot’s mom says the man appeared to be intoxicated. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports

  Boeing Q4 Earnings Beat Estimates

CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down the fourth quarter numbers on the aerospace giant; reporting EPS of $1.28 vs. $1.19 estimates, on revenues of $22.3 billion.

  Financial Liabilities Will 'Pile Up' on Boeing: Expert

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports there is more turbulence ahead for the aerospace giant as an investigation into its 787 battery problem continues. And, Michael Boyd, The Boyd Group chairman, weighs in.

  Aerospace/Defense Earnings Preview

Analysts are expecting to see a drop in earnings year-over-year from defense contractors, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

  Dreamliner Grounded: What's Next?

Boeing is not planning to change its 787 production schedule despite recent problems, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Ken Herbert, aerospace analyst at Imperial Capital, weighs in.

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